Ken Tinkler’s practice involves a wide variety of government law issues with a focus on land use, environmental and energy permitting, ethics regulation, and election law. His experience includes representing individuals and corporations dealing with federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as representing state, county government and constitutional officers.
Ken has helped clients navigate a broad range of government law matters, including zoning, future land use plans, ad valorem tax assessments, property tax appeals, code enforcement, variances, annexations, alcohol beverage licensing, tax incentives, and economic development. He has handled numerous large scale land use due diligence projects for complex real estate transactions on behalf of purchasers, investors, and lenders. Ken routinely handles public hearings and meetings for clients. He also advises on parliamentary procedure questions, Florida’s Sunshine Law and public records regulation, and Florida Constitution and home rule issues related to city and county charters, along with assisting local governments with implementing new legislation and ordinance drafting.
Ken also helps clients solve issues involving federal, state, regional, and local environmental regulators, including energy facility siting, submerged lands leases, and redevelopment of brownfields.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth A. Tinkler